Blue Race Car
This page contains an overview of the blue race car. As you may
already know, blue is not the most popular color for a race car.
So, a blue race car is somewhat of an oddity. Be that as it may,
there are several blue race cars that we need to discuss.
Probably one of the best known of the blue race car family
that comes stock is the Bugatti Veyron supercar.
Sometimes the Veyron is solid blue, other times blue and black.
But it matters not as this supreme car held the record as fastest
street legal car between the years of 2005 to 2007 (now the Saleen
holds this title).
The latest version of this blue race car, is the Bugatti Veyron
EB 16.4. Since 2008, 200 Bugatti Veyrons have been built and delivered.
But, the Bugatti is not the only blue race car that we need to
talk about now.
The Blue Flame is also a famous race car
that set the land speed record at the Bonneville Salt Flats
in Utah in 1970. The Blue Flame set the record at 630 mph
and held this record for 13 years.
There has been several Blue Bird or Bluebird race cars that have
set or broken land speed records. In the 1920's and 1930's Malcolm
Campbell drove the Blue Bird, Blue Bird II, and Blue Bird III
along with the Campbell-Railton Blue Bird to land speed records.
In 1964, Donald Campbell drove the Bluebird CN7 to the official
FIA LSR land speed record at 410 mph. More recently, Nelson Kruschandl
has developed the Bluebird Electric land speed race car.
One other notable blue race car is the Morgan LIFEcar that runs
on hydrogen fuel cells and ultracapacitors. One unique aspect
of the Morgan cars is that they are built upon custom wood frames
and modeled after the Aero 8.
Two more notable blue race cars that I
would like to mention are the Volkswagen Scirocco GT24 racer
and the 2008 Viper GTS Blue Dodge Viper SRT-10 convertible.
Out of this list, pick the blue race car of your choice.
Or, if you like send it another blue race car that I haven't
mentioned here. I would like to see it and perhaps publish it
so that it can be shared with others.